One of the questions that went into the offseason was whether the Eagles quarterback Nick Foles would trade, but no one met the "high price" the team said for the reigning Super Bowl MVP
While trading failed, a revised contract with the Eagles was realized. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that the team has reached a new deal with Foles which provides for a common option for the 2019 season.
Garafolo's colleague Ian Rapoport reports that the revised contract includes $ 2 million bonus and millions more in incentives Foles could achieve if he returns to the starting job this year. Garafolo adds that the Eagles do not foresee this and believe that Carson Wentz will be good for the regular season, but Foles is now getting more money from last year's work and a better chance of getting cash 2019 as a starter somewhere in the league.
Foles – original contract with the Eagles claimed that he made $ 11 million over two years with three voidable years stapled for salary upper-limit purposes. These years were empty as long as Foles was on the list in February 2019.